Youtube Takeovers

Have you ever noticed that getting on youtube for any amount of time almost always turns into watching hours and hours worth of videos and it just never seems to stop? I don't do it incredibly often, but every once in a while I find myself stumbling across a youtuber who somehow manages to get…

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Growing Up, Gender Identities, and Health; Recent NetGalley Requests

Not to compare these two books, but also to slightly compare: I'm curious to see how they both handle the topics. Frankly, I find these books incredibly important not only to those who are going through these situations (e.g. growing up, learning about their bodies and their identities, etc.) but also to those who aren't.…

My Dad Thinks I’m A Boy?! [Sophie Labelle]

My Dad Thinks I'm a Boy by own voices Sophie Labelle is one of those uplifting, yet heartbreaking stories. You love it, but it hurts. And truthfully, I did expect that going in. After all, this is a book about a transgender girl whose father cannot let go of the belief that his daughter is actually his son.…

Okhéania: The Tsunami [Éric Corbeyran & Alice Picard] Cover Love Friday!

I don't know why I haven't featured more graphic novels in this series. I mean, honestly, considering the fact that a significant portion of the book is ultimately all about the art, it only stands to reason that these books deserve a place here if their cover is brilliant. And as far as Okhéania: The Tsunami…

Starworld [Audrey Coulthurst & Paula Garner]; 2019 YA Releases

Starworld by Audrey Coulthurst and Paula Garner sounds a lot like a book I wrote a post like this for some time ago. But while I’m fairly certain I decided I wasn’t interested in reading that last one, I’m actually somewhat curious about this one. And really, that all comes down to Starworld itself. The contemporary aspect…